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Windows killed MacOS

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Hi,

 

I tried to install Windows 10 (sorry) on a completely separate HDD. Since then my previously fine-working HS install will not boot any longer. It stops as seen on the attached screenshot. Booting from Clover USB doesn't work. How can I fix this?

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Check the UEFI/BIOS options, if they wasn't changed automatically.


And try clean the NVRam, in the Clover GUI.

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BIOS settings are OK. How do I clear NVRam in Clover? I read by entering the shell, but I can't find a way to do so..

 

Edit:

CFG Lock had to be set to disabled, Intel Virtualization Technology too. I missed those settings as they are hidden in "Overclocking"..

Windows seems to adjust them.


Edit2:

OK I don't get it. For no reason it now doesn't work again. And I can't seem to find any pattern.

 

Edit3:

It works fine booting verbose, booting "regular" reboots the machine as soon as the loading bar appears. Even when doing a clean install.

 

Edit4:

Now it won't work again even for verbose.

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If I use the same Clover folder as on the HDD, no. I identified the DSDT as the problem, so I posted into the thread (link above). With my own old configuration I can boot just fine, but I get the same issues I've had before MaLd0n patched my DSDT...

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